Series: Thorne & Hatfield Moors Monographs Volume: 3
By: Ian McDonald (Author), Colin Wall (Author), Kieran A Sheehan (Illustrator), Fran Tobin (Illustrator), Peter Roworth (Editor), Paul C Buckland (Editor)
251 pages, 33 plates with 132 colour photos; colour distribution maps, b/w maps, tables
The first ever checklist of the botanical interest of Thorne Moors, including some superb photographs of the flora (including the bryophytes) and habitats found on Thorne Moors NNR. Thorne and Hatfield Moors form the largest area of lowland raised peat bog in the United Kingdom. They are situated in South Yorkshire, to the north-east and east of Doncaster near the town of Thorne, and are part of Hatfield Chase.
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